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his journey across his homeland to discover what life was like under putin during his travels he meets christians and muslims patriots and separatists i told you the locals in the southeast were on our side when i arrive and offer something completely different someone to leave russia but for others the russian passport means hope and the chance of happened in search of putin's russia at this time on all jazeera. this is al-jazeera. and we welcome to this news hour live from london coming up in the next sixty minutes we command the secretary general and his call for the united
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nations to focus more on people and less on iraq this positive words from u.s. president donald trump ahead of his first united nations general assembly. kurdish leaders in iraq say they will push ahead with an independent state despite a supreme court ruling suspending next week's referendum. facing starvation and disease in bangladesh we report on the dire conditions being injured by the hinge of muslims he fled. on back behind the microphone to shock appearance by the former white house press secretary charles i said bring down the house the any. of the latest sports news including. the us myself that's not a warning. i think it's like hell. around. less than eighty days
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a british cyclist completes a record breaking journey. u.s. president donald trump has made his debut at the united nations in new york where he pushed for reforms that would quote focus more people and less on the bureaucracy president trump said the u.n. has not yet reached its potential because of mismanagement within the organization but in sharp contrast to his first position to his position of first becoming president promised the u.s. would partner with it to help it become a stronger and more effective force the peace around the world on our diplomatic as a james bays joins us live now from the u.n. headquarters in new york so james this is wasn't quite the approach that many people might have been expecting donald trump to take. the u.n. had been very worried i can tell you that early on in the trumpet ministration at
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the white house i was talking to a senior white house official and when we spoke about the u.n. that official said we are going to get them and that was that reference i think to their plans to slash the budget of this organization to change their view of multilateral diplomacy but that has not happened it appears that what the u.n. got today was an occasion where they've dodged a bullet i think some rather clever diplomacy. diplomats will wary about this transfer strip to the united nations as president. trump has railed against the u.n. many times in the past suggesting it's inefficient and bloated at times this transactional america first president that seemed to question the entire international system that's existed since the u.n.
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was set up at the end of world war two ahead of the meeting there was some unease about what this unpredictable president might say but he only seemed concerned about how the microphones worked his red. result. when trump finally spoke there would have been a big sigh of relief felt across the united nations he now seems to be a fan of the organization. mr secretary general the united states and the member states president air support. this great reform vision we pledge to be partners in your work and i am confident that if we work together and champion truly baldry forms the united nations will emerge as a stronger more effective more just and greater force for peace and harmony in the world so instead of declaring war on the un trump seems already to be declaring a victory this turnabout it seems the result of an unlikely partnership between the
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us ambassador nikki haley and the u.n. secretary general who like the president took up his post in january and tonio good terrorists is a canny political operator who knows how all this needs to be presented to someone recently asked what keeps me up at night. and my answer was simple bureaucracy fragmented structures byzantine procedures and endless red tape the president will be staying in new york for most of the week he gives his longer formal address to the u.n. on choose day as well as holding meetings with other world leaders with north korea high on the agenda one of those world leaders that president trump has already met is of course james the israeli prime minister binyamin netanyahu do we know what's come out of that meeting. well we only know what reporters saw at the beginning of the meeting again trump talking very optimistically about peace in the middle
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east between the israelis and palestinians saying is a good chance it could happen as he spoke to reporters very briefly before the meeting started some more details of also emerged from a video that's been posted on facebook by the israelis a video of president trump with the israeli prime minister some raising eyebrows about the fact he called the israeli prime minister by his nickname bibi but referred to the palestinians as the other side this is clearly going to be an issue the situation in the middle east is going to come up here throughout the week at the general assembly in fact mr netanyahu expected to give his speech on the same day as president trump that's here on tuesday so in a matter of hours now at the general assembly of course remember that promise nothing you know who will not just be talking about peace between israelis and palestinians here we're talking about his other great concern which is the iran
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nuclear deal that's another key issue here at the united nations because president trump is not happy with that deal what will he do about his own happiness we'll watch very closely and of course also on the agenda this week is a speech by the president of iran right james that the u.n. for us thank you. kurdish leaders in iraq say they will go ahead with an independent vote next week despite a ruling by iraq's supreme court suspending the referendum the court ordered the poll be postponed until questions about its legality have been addressed the referendum will be held on september twenty fifth in the three provinces that make up the oil rich kurdish region as well as disputed territories the government of baghdad regional neighbors iran and turkey and the u.s. of all calling for the votes to be delayed hearing it could create instability and . could benefit how does it was hold up to me to be a last the capital of the kurdish region in northern iraq that has more details.
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more pressure to postpone the referendum this time coming from the british government the u.k. defense secretary michael fallon is here in erbil where he is meeting with kurdish president masoud barzani he was earlier in baghdad and he said from there that he was coming here to try to convince the kurds to postpone the vote he also said that the u.k. was firmly against it at this point now this comes after earlier in the day the federal supreme court issued a state order for the suspension of the referendum until it reaches a final ruling now this is actually an order that should be barring the four do kurds even though shortly after the supreme court expressed itself a statement came out from the regional prime minister's office saying that the referendum was still going ahead but according to the thousand and five
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constitution well the federal supreme court is the authority that rules in case of ethnic sectarian and regional political problems in this country and the kurds were fully part of the process of writing that constitution so they are at the moment at least publicly showing still that posture of the foreign whether there are some sort of negotiation going on between erbil and baghdad at the moment is something that one could fairly be confident about syrian activists say government troops are close to encircling a pocket of eisel fighters india resume after crossing the euphrates river serves as a line between government forces and u.s. backed rebels. syrian government troops have been fighting are still on the west side of the river where u.s. backed rebels are battling the armed groups on the east side has this update. the
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syrian army. are competing to take over territory that was under the control of ice in particular areas in the us or and also. but now the situation might change because the syrian army by crossing the eastern riverbank of the euphrates sends a message that is committed to control all those areas which puts it on a collision course with the. likely to see clashes between the and the syrian army in the coming days but now the problem with this is that the as the f.e.c. and by the americans as a key ally in the fight against isis while the russians provide significant military assistance the syrian army and if there are any clashes between the s.d.f. of the syrian army this could lead to more tension between the americans and the
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russians so this is quite a significant development in syria i still has on this news from london germany's global role dominates the agenda of elections in six days time. a nigerian children's campaigner is honored for his work helping orphans of the world with her. face give a reason to cheer. aid workers say the refugee crisis at the bangladesh me unmarked border is now one of the biggest humanitarian catastrophes in the world they say they're struggling to meet the needs of more than four hundred thousand refugees who fled violence in . the twenty fifth well i thought i have more now from the southeast of bangladesh
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. a month after renewed violence began in myanmar's rakhine state of rohingya are making the journey to the border with bangladesh every day they're escaping ethnic cleansing by the myanmar military. we were six people in our family now there's just three of us left they killed my father one of the girls and my husband. this man is a volunteer with the regional cycling center. he's one of the houses of bangladesh who have arrived to help. us this is a disaster it's a manmade disaster what's happening in myanmar is inhumane and we are proud that bangladeshis are showing their humanity but the volunteers are being overwhelmed every time a food truck arrives desperate crowd russian these are some of the refugees behind after being given new ones by relief workers but residents here have been getting upset about this they say that the situation is out of control. aid workers say
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they are struggling to scale up operations quickly enough they want more help to take care of health issues provide shelter and other basic needs i think international donors now have to step up to the plate and that is not just the traditional donors of the united states europe but also nontraditional donors in particular countries in the middle east and countries in the region in southeast asia particularly those on the ground say this is now a global crisis and needs a sustained global response until that happens these refugees will have to make do with what little concept or way mars star al-jazeera bangladesh. or will the one hundred thousand protesters in bangladesh capital came out in support of the right. to protest against the country's crackdown on the muslim. minority group the
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demonstrators were stopped by police before they reached their target. india's government has told the supreme court that it has evidence the range of pose a security threat to its country and have links with pakistan based fighters home ministry wants to get clearance to deport around forty thousand ranger you've settled in india the country's top court is hearing a petition filed on behalf of two range of refugees challenging a government decision to force the silly. north korea has once again dismissing actions against it as a hostile act and war but it will spur it to move faster towards completing its nuclear force u.s. bombers and fighter jets are taking part in joint military drills with south korea and japan in another show of force against pyongyang separately china and russia carried out their own naval drills off the russian far east of course a lot of our stock or fears about a potential conflict on the korean peninsula
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a damaging south korea's tourism industry the number of visitors from china has already fallen by seventy percent but not everyone is put off by talk of missile launches and military drills as andrew thomas reports with tensions on the korean peninsula building south korea on monday hosted a conference of military leaders from across asia pacific giving the keynote address was a former south korean minister who's also head to the united nations i'd like to remind north korea the last single nation has a subway it is a bit of gazed you know numerous the united international community in the course of history. in the south rising tensions are having an economic impact at an hour from seoul it's easy to see into the demilitarized zone the d.m.z. and beyond that the mountains of north korea the lookout has long been
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a tourist site people can even take a train from here to just inside the d.m.z. and despite the tensions some visitors are still coming for me my tickets were booked when advanced so i had to make it and we kept checking the news just to make sure that everything's kind of ok my sister was very white and this is actually getting married next week and she was very worried that something was going to happen to me and i won't be able to make it back so it was a bit she was quite. a large military presence here and so many civilians that the four and five into like take care of the u.s. citizens and let us know if something is about to go down but visitor numbers to south korea overrule the down forty percent fewer came in july compared with the same month a year ago on sunday most raw eats at the funfair which strangely is part of the engine site wouldn't. the latest heightened tension is only weak so when really it's true well you get to judge the impact of markets on tourism here so far the
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missing tourists are exploring more like politics with. chinese tourists are the ones almost entirely absent in march china angered by south korea's deployment of the fat anti missile system banned its citizens from taking package tours to south korea but. last year about half of the seventeen million tourists to south korea were from china but this year chinese tourists are down by seventy percent that spink felt here it's hurting my business sales are roughly a third down in the longer this concern about next year's winter olympics in pyongyang ticket sales so far poor the international olympic committee said last week there is no plan b. . the to move the games if tensions escalate but they can't make spectators come south korea's defense ministry on monday said it believed the north was ready for a new nuclear test if it comes that will only heighten the tension and dissuade
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more tourists from visiting south korea andrew thomas al jazeera pardieu south korea's border with the north. romania's prime minister has visited the western city that bore the brunt of a storm which killed eight people and injured one hundred forty others over the weekend most of those who died were killed by falling trees and flying objects as winds gusted at one hundred kilometers an hour half a million people were also left without electricity with more than two hundred towns and villages affected in western romania the local government's been criticised for not giving enough of a warning about the extreme weather more bad weather is forecast for a mania serbia and croatia. now is six days time angela merkel could become germany's chancellor for a fourth term polls predict she will be able to form a ruling coalition again after sunday's national election well whoever wins will
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find themselves with an increasingly important to global role as many nations are uncertain about the u.s. looking to germany for leadership but as long as lee reports that is a situation which makes some germans uncomfortable. deep in the forest west of berlin nato is war gaming again one of its members has been attacks there are casualties and all the other states have joined in to help tend to the wounded the exercise is called vigorous warrior which hardly invokes the sort of fire and fury rhetoric of donald trump we are the host nation we are the nation for this exercise and of course we want to do it perfect we want to be a very good officer and i think we achieved a store but we are not alone there are twenty five other nations and they all girls was in this exercise the generals watching come from twenty five nato allies and other invited states they know where germany's red lines have always been on the
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battlefield this is where germany feels most comfortable helping out medical excellence logistical support that's all fine but when it comes to things like attacking other countries invading other countries killing people there is no appetite for that at all. this is heidelberg a perfect example of liberal educated germany where merkel support is guaranteed by the wealthy middle aged and middle class no doubt many take pride in the global admiration for the chancellor but asked them should germany back it up now with a more aggressive military position staying us i think germany and the rest of the world should be disarming i believe germany's doing enough for nato we shouldn't be spending any more. it's a no brainer why germans don't like to be seen invading other countries the nazi scar has never healed when they pushed it like wrongly calling in an american air strike in afghanistan nearly ten years ago which mistakenly killed dozens of
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civilians there was a national shockwave and the defense minister resigns the source of political guilt trip that doesn't happen in the u.s. or u.k. nor is the most powerful country in europe impressed with how its neighbors have prosecuted wars in places like libya if we go in with military force it needs to be backed up and slanged by civilian measures as well so there is diplomatic there is civil in crisis management and there is also the idea of what happens afterwards how do we rebuild a country which has not been necessarily the prime objective by recent interventions by other european countries u.s. president trump demands germany spend far more on defense merkel's opponents on the left say that would make her an american stooge in a fragile world germany is looking for other solutions than war or easily al-jazeera in germany now is chile celebrates its national independence state
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tensions are growing with bolivia its neighbor to the north east bolivia in fact has gone to the international court of justice to try to regain access to the pacific ocean after losing land to chile in a war more than a century ago. to seriously sea and human has more on this territorial dispute from the chilean desert town of your way. this is the at the gamma the world's driest desert. one hundred thirty years ago destroyed barren expanse was part of bolivia. and nearly thirty seven hundred meters above sea level the tiny desert town of oh yeah we're proudly celebrates chile's national independence holiday with a military parade. just five hundred meters from the bolivian border it's meant to underscore that all this is now the chilean territory the two neighbors don't have diplomatic ties and relations are at their worst since but libya lost
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the eighteen eighty four war of the pacific but cost it it's only access to the pacific ocean. plain cake with libyan minerals but the now heavy imports of making your list and out of africa from poor hundred kilometers south of here killing three acid and it also gives it a corridor to the chilean port of id but one of the libyans that not i got it up it was libya's president evo morales has made sovereign access to the pacific his number one priority he's brought chile before the international court of justice in the hague to try to force it to negotiate chile's foreign minister tells us what alice is dreaming is century and a half later or most is they want to research or learn territory they won. sovereign territory and that is unacceptable of course were living there during the first century is what people will become of them but bolivian cysts it will never
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give up its claims not just to a pacific order but now also to this small atacama desert river the sea la la chile is countersuing bolivia after morales accused of stealing the water that flows through both countries. the mayor of chile's last desert outpost insists the feuding isn't impacting daily life. it might take another hundred years before the two governments reach agreement but the communities on both sides of the border work together they existed long before the divisions. we crossed into the even smaller bolivian community of iowa there we met valentino m'donald who sells soft drinks to the border guards like most bolivians she too has a dream. we haven't seen the ocean we don't have an ocean in bolivia where it is. but it's no laughing matter with libya's president now calling for all citizens to
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join a militia to defend the country's sovereignty chile is standing more firm than ever leaving little reason to expect an end to the longest running territorial conflict in the americas. you see in human i'll just cedar or yeah with chile. to nigeria where a campaigner for children's education he provides a sanctuary to orphans of war is being honored by the united nations saddam moustapha has won the nansen award which celebrates people who dedicate their lives to helping conflict victims conference or reports he founded a school for children whose parents were killed by. children in my dougal rely on their a.b.c.'s and one two three. but this is not an ordinary class many of the pupils have seen what no child should some have watched their parents killed most often who fled attacks or the nigerian army pursuing the group in the north
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east they sent to has more than five hundred children including those whose parents were members of all soldiers. don't just make myself we don't make if you talk to us i can't do what their father is doing what them without. by telling them that we don't do free to do what you ask them to do. zana mostafa founded the future progress islamic foundation ten years ago his mission is to do what is fighting against provide education and how poor we doze for that he's worn a u.n. humanitarian award. think. the people that could just like. from our first lady of the united states. you know in the african pointers the. three years never so this.
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is the this person is an african so i come. being measured up to. what. was. over the years fighters have. killed and kidnapped students. more than two hundred girls from a boarding school in chibok three years ago shocked most of all was involved in negotiating the release of some of the girls. many children are no longer safe in their home. markets are displaced people and other. more than five thousand people live here in. several times this area including children. people in this camp. what. is very we just
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want. most often has given children a safe haven but says that as long as many others out there are unprotected and threatened his job is far from over catherine saw my degree northeastern nigeria. come on the program including general motors has called more than two and a half vehicles in china. to tell you why they are. one of the world's healthiest population. being filled with. the world championships in north korea is holding its own version of that.
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hello there the weather is generally quite quiet across the middle east at the moment there's not a great deal of cloud showing up on our charts or to choose to there what you do notice is the winds are feeding down from the north so for amante there the temperatures are just easing now so around twenty four or twenty five with the maximum over the next couple of days meanwhile for kuwait the temperatures certainly are easing here in fact force on tuesday and wednesday looks like they'll be again so around forty five or forty six so still very very hot force here beirut though more bearable will be at around twenty eight which is eighty two in fahrenheit a bit further towards the south and here in doha the winds are still filtering in from the east still bringing in all humidity but the maximum now is around thirty nine or forty degrees and no major change as we head through the next few days you still see a fair amount of cloud around the coast of oman here that just by squeeze out one or two showers particularly around thirty one degrees will be the maximum here but further towards the south and we've had a fair amount of cloud a few outbreaks of rain there in the eastern parts of south africa that system has
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actually given a fairly sharp downforce but now is trying to pull away and as it does so the temperatures will be recovering so for durban will get to around to twenty seven degrees during the day on tuesday that will come out for us on tuesday so a maximum will only be around ninety. let's talk about. now. right now. right now it's happening so fast. you can barely keep up with it. right now we've got clowns protecting rhino. and mobile technology finding clean water not tomorrow not five years in the future. now. in a disaster the internet can be restored by a truck. in a mine this truck can drive itself and right now this child is being treated by
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a doctor from six thousand miles away this is science not fiction and cisco networks are making it happen now. because when everything is securely connected anything is possible and there's never been a better time to change the way. welcome back hand at the top stories on al-jazeera u.s. president donald trump has made his debut at the united nations where he pushed for reforms to make the organization more effective and mismanagement. kurdish leaders
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in iraq are pushing ahead with an independence referendum despite a ruling by iraq's supreme court to suspend the vote. and hundreds of thousands of people have marched through the capital of bangladesh to support the refugees the country has received almost half a million people playing violence in neighboring myanmar. or for more than seventy years world leaders have gathered before the united nations general assembly to speak and to be heard but with more than a hundred and ninety of them all wanting to make their mark some have previously resorted to colorful creative and even controversial ways of grabbing attention but we have a whole new report on some of the most memorable moments. one hundred ninety three world leaders each with just fifteen minutes at least that's the u.n.
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guideline for how long a leader has at the famous podium but over the years. not everyone stuck to the time frame for the script. i want to take a libyan leader moammar gadhafi for example eight years ago on stage for ninety six minutes even ripping a page from the u.n. charter the translator reportedly fainted or than an hour into it but if you think that was long cuban president fidel castro back in one thousand nine hundred sixty one he spoke for foreign harf hours. for others it was less about the length of the speech and more about getting attention zimbabwe's president robert mugabe with this attack on homosexuality we are not gays but. it got a reaction but not quite the walkout as when iran's former leader mahmoud ahmadinejad's spoken two thousand and eleven. boys that. it wasn't the first time
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delegates had left in protest but it was certainly the most notable. only says. the un general assembly has frequently been a stage for theater and emotion this from soviet leader nikita khrushchev and palestinian leader yasser arafat in one thousand nine hundred seventy four when i come bearing all branches one hand and the freedom fighters going in the other to not let the olive branch fall for my hand. and two thousand and six u.s. president george w. bush and his venezuelan counterpart hugo chavez ups the stakes in drama and rivalry every nation in this chamber has responsibility it's got this response the following day. they were there yesterday the devil came here. right here. and it smells of sulfur still today while
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a touch of flamboyance might attract attention as days of speechmaking wind on other world leaders have resorted to props to make their point israel's leader in two thousand and nine. ending in two thousand and twelve this is. this is a fuse and on a final note proof that world leaders are only human this handwritten note from u.s. president george w. bush it reads i think i may need a bathroom break. understandable given the speeches and sideline meetings. go on for a day or so maybe on the hand and his ear. all of us look forward to in the coming days now nepal has completed its first local elections in nearly two decades after voting finally took place in an unstable southern province most of the country voted in may but the local polls were repeatedly delayed in the number
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two province which has been the scene of ethnic violence in recent years so we mistrust reports now from the town of raj barrage. long queues formed as the polling station at the school opened on monday morning photos are electing village and municipal government representatives for the first time in two decades for so many baby mundelein a father in law goes i'm under the election provokes bitter memories her husband was shot dead by security forces in march mundo was from the marginalized mother is a community so are most people who live here at least fifty protesters demanding greater representation have been killed in the past two years political leaders here boycotted local elections which were held nationwide in may. come here and they say that they will solve all our problems that they will build us a house. so everyone says they will help once we vote but
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how do we know what they do that is not for us to say. security is tight with around sixty thousand personnel deployed to prevent further protests people we talked to said they're not interested in protesting or politics they want their lives improved and parties here say government leaders and you have ignored development of the region corruption is a major problem they say and health education infrastructure and industry are all languishing they hope a local government will address the many problems. the lack of employment opportunities is apparent in the queues many men are missing because their leverage in middle east countries and beyond. we need development we need plans and policies we need to clean the city. many voters we talked to said they'd been
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repeatedly disappointed by both regional and national political parties there are no apparent front runners to win this local election but the result is expected to give some indication how this important and unstable region will vote in parliamentary and provincial election do later this year. al-jazeera. the wife of pakistan's former prime minister now is sharif has clinched his parliamentary st call sooner while sharif won a by election in lahore the scene came vacant when the supreme court removed a husband from office because of corruption allegations and all one has more from the whole. it's another big. hauler always go home to their shiny family and all the political fortress however the rain. come with a large margin. when he ford.
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and became the prime minister of the country there are problems for the family because he is facing and. again came being investigated by the national realty. qualified by their supreme court for life. difficult time get on the political situation. and. three and there by election. will become the prime minister in the general election. general make his has announced his recalling more than two and a half million vehicles in china over concerns about. the pulse which made by the japanese to kota have the potential to inflate with too much force firing shrapnel
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at the driver passenger. brown has the latest from beijing. rush hour in beijing a reminder that this is the world's largest auto market with almost thirty million vehicles on the road but now some of these vehicles are having to be recalled because of problems with their airbags specifically the airbag deployed has now according to some reports the air bags have been exploding when they come under too much pressure and they've been linked to sixteen deaths worldwide although no deaths so far here in china but general motors is worried and on monday it announced. they both recalling two and a half million vehicles manufactured here that have been fitted with the their back models including buick and chevrolet which are very popular here in china now this followed a similar recall by volkswagen last week affecting almost five million of their
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vehicles produced by their joint venture companies here in china so this is a serious setback for car manufacturers now manufacturing here in china. is long gone but it has left behind millions of tons of debris getting rid of what is the coming a major public health concern is a top priority on the show is in houston to see how the big cleanup operation is going. it's a beautiful day for an ugly job and the trash collectors are out in force in houston working to clear away the rotting smelly reminders of hurricane harvey regular visitors there's a new snow day to clean up. only those who are doing johnny in haley say this load will be just the first to come out of their flood damaged home and they're delighted to see city crews at work be able to get their debris out here right now is a good sign it's a huge job of course trash haulers expect to move more than six point one million
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cubic meters of garbage or enough to fill one of the world's biggest football stadiums one and a half times and that is just for the city of houston. residents are being urged to separate their garbage to make recycling easier setting aside electronic components like television sets for instance but most of these piles include all kinds of unsorted material and the city says that's ok too the point now is to move the track if we can get himself or you get a push toward that. set up we'll but right now if they're mixed in their trailers under a piece of. it we're going to pick it up he says and residents. just glad to see the debris that's been growing mold in the hot texas sun all the way man the stench is going to be big relief yeah just get out. and then. whine but as the trash is removed outside it's clear there's still plenty of misery left behind city
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officials say this job could take three to four months alan shuffler al-jazeera houston. japan is celebrating a public holiday in honor of its senior citizens respect for the elderly day comes the country breaks its own record for the number of people to reach the age of one hundred bribe reports from tokay on an ineffective project designed to increase awareness about the problems of aging you know from its name the restaurant of all the mistakes there's a good chance the staff will get your order wrong and they make no apology for it all the waiters and waitresses have alzheimer's disease which causes memory loss people like know who describes herself as a people person i used to work as a hairdresser i'm happy you working with customers in and enjoy it the result of an innovative crowdfunding initiative the pop up restaurant is meant to send a message of inclusiveness about
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a problem that is often locked away with people with dementia have the ability to work if they have support and and i always wonder why they don't have those opportunities the project was started just three days ago and has already gained national interest with other cities wanting to copy it. like other developed countries japan needs to find solutions to the growing numbers of dementia sufferers as japan leads the world in the proportion of its citizens living beyond sixty five so it also bears a heavy burden caring for people with alzheimer's it's estimated more than four and a half million people in japan are living with dementia a figure that's expected to rise sharply in the coming years sukkot and his wife who was diagnosed with premature outside the restaurant provides a brief respite from the descending fog of the debilitating disease more to. any she was getting very depressed and didn't want to do anything but this place
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has really helped her. a welcome break thanks to a project drawing attention to a distressing imperfection of the human condition bride al-jazeera tokyo the island nation of summer in the pacific ocean has one of the world's highest rates of obesity where imported fast food is favored over natural local produce but a campaign is now underway to help change fast as he reports from. chef john is on his morning rounds at his main fish market and the daily catch is plenty the twenty four year old advocates eighteen locally sourced food healthily the celebrity chef whips up samoan cuisine in new and inventive ways on television . about the food you know plantation and a fish so i'm trying to carry people like. to eat to eat like
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a can extend the use of chemical ample cooking and i. know all of it is a calling up here you need to use that you know. chef john is part of a growing movement battling against a fast food culture that prizes unhealthy imported meals and the fresh local produce in remote areas and across the capital some zero is rich with edible vegetation and tropical fruits the inspiration for an education campaign encouraging samoans to search for healthy options it's more than what we need but we have to go out a little exercise as a family go out and collect them come and cook it together eat and your budget will be less you want to spend too much money buying these important stuff karen process with a lot of high thought and we don't need that everywhere you go in samoa you can find fresh food is even here in the capital arthur you can find it on the side of the
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streets and in front of people's houses that's why health experts say there's no excuse for half the population to be obese about ninety percent of people here to be overweight. the number of people with non communicable chronic diseases feelings of always hospitals is on the rise they are being treated for problems like diabetes hypertension and cancer well i think this is the one of the country with the highest prevalence all for diabetes and obesity worldwide about eighty percent roughly eighty percent of all hopefully all of these burden come from one can make will disease in some all saw abide by any account this is the biggest problem highlighting the work of young stars like shift john is not only critical to making locally sourced produce more appealing it could be vital to saving lives yarber mohammed al jazeera apia samoa. heads on the program also of isolation
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a nasa research team in the from an eight month simulation of life on mars. spoke peter will have the details as this cyclist completes a record breaking attorney.
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hello again while the emmy awards in the united states celebrate the best of the years television entertainment and also one of the most incredible twelve months in u.s. political history it's no surprise that political satire dominated this year's event and as kathy lopez reports the ceremony in los angeles was also notable for most
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unexpected comeback oh. it's the best of the small screen with all the big names. political satire most of it focusing on president donald trump took center stage i'm like the presidency emmys go to the winner of the popular vote. in an unexpected twist former white house press secretary sean spicer mocked himself and the president he referenced his first media conference where he defended the crowd size that trump's inauguration. there are already here . to witness and amies period both in person and around the world melissa mccarthy was just meters away she won an emmy for her in person nation of spicer at last week's creative arts ceremony i'd like to begin with the president's schedule political comedy mark the style of saturday night live this season the most watched in twenty three years oh boy the media is saying
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nice things and no one is talking about rush alec baldwin who impersonates trump on the show jokingly shared his award for best supporting actor with the president i suppose i should say at long last mr president here is your emmy. on the same team kate mckinnon. known for her resemblance to hillary clinton one supporting actress in a comedy series the thank you to hillary clinton for your grace politics is also at the heart of veep which won best comedy series but it was about more than just laughs the entertainment industry has used the political divide to address bigger issues like race and inequality for the third year in a row this is the most diverse group of nominees in emmy history. the handmaid's tale based on a religious dictatorship taking over america was named outstanding drama series. but political satire won the night whether it's life imitating art or the other way
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around the tale opus what are you an al-jazeera. all right time now for with pisa. felicity thank you very much a new world record time to cycle around the world has been set by british cyclist marco beaumont who has completed his route in seventy nine days knocking forty four days of the previous mark scott started in paris in july and cycled east through europe and asia before going through a strain here and north america and then back to paris through spain and portugal on monday he arrived at the arc de triomphe one day ahead of he's home and looks back on his journey they try out and i'm just now going six o'clock in the morning and i've done about three hours already and it's a beautiful day it's a feat that few people could even contemplate on let alone achieve there on monday mark bannerman came to the end of a remarkable journey. good morning all and. a
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. night. on july two he launched off from paris in a bid to cycle around the world in eighty days inspired by the classic book published by french rider jules verne in eighteen seventy three first from three years russia . all the way to beijing in china then it's across most relationship after that across north america from anchorage to halifax and the final stage will be lisbon through madrid and all the way over the pier in east paris a total of eighteen thousand miles across the globe but naturally the epic journey hasn't been without a totals. morning. sixty thousand. five hundred forty seven and.
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slightly but only for just over four hours jerry or enchanted to my time a big chunk of damage total to motor home totaled the car has been documenting the trip along with the support crew with twice daily updates on the social media channels. start day twenty seven and for the. chinese border to open the start of history was tougher than i expect the need twenty nine thousand kilometer journeys never actually being completed in eighty days the world record is one hundred and twenty three days but by month smashing that have it by finishing in just seventy nine elites hallman al-jazeera nineteen year old a mikhail big of denmark has won the men's under twenty three individual time trial at the u.c.i. road world championships in bergen the route consisted of two laps of the norwegian city when makes big the world champion of this discipline and you can see how
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delighted he was as he celebrated on the podium finish one minute and five point nine two seconds ahead of his nearest rival brendan mcnulty of the united states. just a few weeks after hurricane harvey swept through the city they used an astros have given their supporters a big reason to celebrate veteran pitcher justin verlander was making his home debut for the astros after being traded from detroit he struck out ten of the seattle mariners battles over the first seven innings and the side went on for a seven one victory securing the american league west division they are now off to the playoffs the cleveland indians held a celebration of their own having secured the american league central title they recently went on a twenty two game winning streak and beat the kansas city royals three two in ohio on sunday. the washington nationals are national league east champions already and they delayed the l.a. dodgers from securing their own divisional title with a seven one victory at nationals park australian goal for mark leishman has scored
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one of the biggest wins of his career and put himself on track for the richest prize in the game leishman lead from the first round to finish five strokes clear of nearest rivals rickie fowler and justin rose at the b.m.w. championship on sunday the victory is the second of twenty seventeen and as it was a fed ex cup playoffs event it means leishman will go into next week's two a championship seeded. just three months ago south korea host of the world taekwondo championships now the northern neighbors are holding their own version of the event sunday saw an opening ceremony in pyongyang for the chairmanships which are run by the international taekwondo federation the eyes here of headquarters are in north korea and it's a separate organization to the world taekwondo federation which is based in seoul where the south korean events or one hundred seventeen countries take part this one
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was still a big event sixty nine countries from austria to uganda will compete over the coming days south korea's demonstration team had been considering a visit to the championships but that has not gone ahead and we'll leave it there from our more sport again later but felicity it's back to you in london look forward here peter thanks so much now and nasa back to research team who are cooped up in a mars like have a task on a remote hawaiian volcano have finally emerged from isolation the crew of four men and two women were quarantined for eight months living off mostly freeze dried food and vegetables they grade all their communications with the outside world was subject to a twenty minute delay nasa use the data produced to help it find individuals who can cope with the stress and isolation of a two year mission to mars. the university of hawaii is going to be giving nasa essential information about how you take individual astronauts and how you put them together in a crew but also how you support them over these long duration missions we need to
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send humans out because it's important for the future of the species i think is actually really important to get off if you look back at the geological record it is just full of mass extinction welcome back to the real world to all of them but it's about it for me. here in london join barbara in a couple of minutes time she'll have more of the day's news. i just want to make sure all of our audience is on the same things when they're online and want to produce to us citizens here you know and what puts people of
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